Thursday, December 17, 2015

Front Door Background

Here is the latest Card Kit that I've created.  It uses the Front Door Background rubber stamp from Little Miss Muffet Stamps which is also the rubber stamp this is included in the kit.  I've been meaning to create a mostly white card for a while and I was inspired by the recent cold weather. 

Layering the card is pretty straight forward and you can create a card as large as 6x6".  I usually create square cards that are slightly smaller, around 5.75" x 5.75", so I can place them in the envelopes.  However, with the supplies included, you can create a size that suits you. Each layer is 1/4" smaller than the previous layer. 

I colored the door with light colors because I wanted the wreath to stand out. I have the colors I used somewhere on my desk so when I find them, I'll update this section.  :D

Update: I found the Copic colors I used!  

BG000, 53, B00
YR23, 20
T0, 2
BV20, 23
YG21, 25, 28, 67
R5, 12, 17, 29, 89

This is a limited quantity card kit so grab it while you can!  

Sunday, December 13, 2015

Wild Sprouts

I wanted to share some projects by it Little Misses in the house.These were all done with The Greeting Farm stamps featuring Anya and Wild Sprouts.  Lydia wanted to entering one of these into the current Farm Fresh Challenge with a "Christmas" theme.  While these are not in traditional holiday colors, they were all made for gifts.  It's so fun to craft with them!

Treat Tag featuring Wild Sprouts Megan

Gift Tag featuring Mermaid Anya

Greeting Card featuring Cuddle Anya

Last, but not least, is a lineup poster using Wild Sprouts as My Little Pony characters.

Reeta as Rarity
Sassy Suzy as Rainbow Dash 
Annika as Twilight Sparkle
Bree as Apple Jack
Camille as Fluttershy
Chelsea as Sunset Shimmer

Winter Pine Grove

One of the things I like to do is to recycle the stamp label and create a card out of it.  No sense in letting it go to waste and it makes for a quick project.  This time I used the label from the Winter Pine Grove by DoveArt Designs.  I had already colored this stamp on kraft paper, which you can see HERE.  It was refreshing to work with lighter colors for more of a true winter pine grove feel.